PDF Epub The Fallen Snow Author John J Kelley 9tvuk.us A Gripping Tale Of Self Exploration And Atonement, Emotionally Complex And Brimming With Grit In The Fall Of 1918 Infantry Sniper Joshua Hunter Saves An Ambushed Patrol In The Bois Le Pr Tre Forest Of Lorraine And Then Vanishes Pulled From The Rubble Of An Enemy Bunker Days Later, He Receives An Award For Valor And Passage Home To Hadley, A Remote Hamlet In Virginia S Western Highlands Reeling From War And Influenza, Hadley Could Surely Use A Hero Family And Friends Embrace Him An Engagement Is Announced A Job Is Offered.Yet All Is Not What It Seems Joshua Experiences Panics And Can T Recall The Incident That Crippled Him He Guards A Secret Too, One That Grips Tight Like The Icy Air Above His Father S Quarry Over The Course Of A Virginia Winter And An Echoed Season In War Torn France, The Fallen Snow Reveals His Wide Eyed Journey To The Front And His Ragged Path Back Along The Way He Finds Companions A Youth Mourning A Lost Brother, A Widowed Nurse Seeking A New Life And Aiden, A Bold Sergeant Escaping A Vengeful Father While All Of Them Touch Joshua, It Is The Strong Yet Nurturing Aiden Who Will Awaken His Heart, Leaving Him Forever Changed.Set Within A Besieged Appalachian Forest During A Time Of Tragedy, The Fallen Snow Charts An Extraordinary Coming Of Age, Exploring How Damaged Souls Learn To Heal, And Dare To Grow.
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- 307 pages
- The Fallen Snow
- John J. Kelley
- 03 August 2018 John J. Kelley